As the school year draws to a close, and many weekly religious education programs end for the summer, youth may think they are on a break from algebra, English and learning about their faith. But catechesis is a lifelong process and doesn’t really know a calendar.
Through the social teachings of Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church, primary importance is placed upon the welfare of its clergy, not only today, but also for tomorrow when those who have served God and His Church reach retirement age.
The Loaves and Fishes Ministry at Sts. Simon and Jude (SSJ) Catholic Church in The Woodlands has begun serving food once a week and buying, preparing, serving and cleaning up one Sunday in the month at a soup kitchen with the same name in downtown Houston.